September 14, 2023

Biden Criticized Obama in 2010 Email After Hunter Accused of Plagiarism

President Joe Biden criticized former President Barack Obama in 2010 while Biden served as vice president after Hunter Biden claimed Obama used his father's speeches.

The email was found on Hunter Biden's laptop in a message to President Biden's personal email account.

"Interesting language from the President: ‘They (his grandparent) would tell me about seeing their fathers or uncles losing their it wasn't just a loss of a paycheck that stung. It was the blow to their dignity, their sense of self worth,’" Hunter wrote.

"Wonder where he got that from?" Hunter asked. "Im surprised he didn't finish with the long walk up a short flight of stairs. Pretty amazing."

"'No grace,' Biden responded in the email a day after Obama's speech," according to the Daily Mail.

"The President's son was suggesting in the 23-year-old email that Obama ripped off language from Joe Biden's stump speech in the 2008 campaign. The then-senator would repeatedly talk about how devastating a job loss could be on a family," it explained.

The email exchange is one of a growing number of concerning communications discovered from the hard drive of Hunter Biden's infamous laptop left at a repair shop.

The computer was vilified ahead of the 2020 election as "Russian disinformation" but was later confirmed by multiple sources as authentic.

The messages are still being investigated and include thousands of emails, documents, and photos that have helped spur the investigation of Hunter Biden's international business dealings.

The latest email also shows that Biden has long had some level of criticism of Obama, sparking controversy again as he runs for a second term.

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